Tag Archives: Maine

Checking In

My kids are comical. Not hilarious comical. More like worry wart comical. They are constantly checking to make sure I’m doing okay … no fever … no cough … no trouble breathing. And even when I assure them personally all … Continue reading

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Fishing for People

Dale Carnegie in his How to Win Friends and Influence People., shared this  thought. I felt it would  make an appropriate Words for the Week segment … with a slight addendum. “I often went fishing up in Maine during the … Continue reading

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The Journey — Epilogue?

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned I had officially ended my late year journey. I’ve been keeping you posted with the blessings the Lord has given me in the three months of travel visiting with each of my children, … Continue reading

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The Journey Continues

Now that I’ve “officially” completed my late year journey, it’s time to figure out the next step. It’s one of the questions just about everyone asks me, and, of course, my family has been making their respective pitches for why … Continue reading

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TTFN

As I contemplated this post, I channeled the words of the famous T-I-double-Guh-Er who oft departed with the words of wisdom — TTFN, “Ta Ta for Now”. It pretty much sums up my too short yet fruitful stay in Maine. … Continue reading

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Memories

It’s always tough emotionally packing up and moving. What follows? What stays? What gets donated? What gets trashed? What goes who? I’ve been going through that process over the past couple of weeks and I was reminded, not once, but … Continue reading

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Re-Launch … for Me and Sam

Over the years, I’ve come to understand some of the characters in the Bible. At different stages in my life, I’ve mirrored Abraham, Noah, Job, Peter and even Judas Iscariot. But for the past year or so, I’ve empathized more … Continue reading

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